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  1. Thanks for the update! I'm glad that we could help you and I'm glad that your boyfriend took it this well. I understand how you could have been hurt by what we said to you. It's never easy to hear things like that. But I'm happy that you eventually saw that we only cared about you and Riley. We know you have your dog's best interest at heart. Why else would you come looking for advice? If the dog in your avatar is Riley, he's so cute! I miss my beagle.
  2. I would make your own thread, that way you can get more responses. But, to answer your question, it's hard to say. Normally when couples lose love for each other, it's for a reason and if the other person doesn't want to work on it, then no, it won't work.
  3. Honestly, if you don't think you can forgive her, then you shouldn't take her back. If you take her back, that's like agreeing to forgive her and move on with the relationship. If it's always going to be in the back of your head, then that's not fair to either of you. She didn't technically cheat, but I can understand why you are hurt and you have every right to feel that way. It sounds like maybe she broke things off to try to pursue somebody else. Valentine's Day wasn't even a whole month ago.. She had to have known something would happen with this guy. But, at least she broke things off with you first. You have to give her credit for that.. But maybe now it's something she really regrets doing and can't believe she would break up with a guy like you over this. You are in a tough position because I can definitely understand why you are hurt and why you have doubts of being back with her. But trust me, it's not worth it to be in a relationship where you always have something in the back of your head that the other person did to you.
  4. It's good to know that you are allowing your daughter to tell you about her feelings. It's hard to do as a child with parents who are going through this! You sound like a great father and she's lucky! She does sound like she is being very mature about this and handling it well. How old is she anyway?
  5. Your daughter might be taking it "well", but it's still going to be so hard for her. You need to continue talking to her about this and allow her to express her feelings. As much as she is taking it well, it's not easy for a child. It might not have even hit her yet in the way where things will never be the same for her. I think a lot of parents forget that and only see the "outside" of it. Just keep talking to her and let her know that you want her to be open with you about what she is going through. I'm sure you will though, you sound like a great father. I'm sorry things had to end, but you already know it was for the better. Don't forget to always talk to us when you need to!
  6. Like Arwen said, give him time to think. Respect his choice for needing a break. He probably has a lot of thoughts going through his mind.. Think if the positions were reversed. Would you take him back if he accused you of cheating, hit you (I don't think it's more wrong to hit a girl than it is a guy), and then kicked you out?
  7. Honestly, I don't know. He's probably really hurt that you would mistrust him that much. Of course, your friend did a really bad thing. But I guess this should be a good lesson that you need your own proof before you can go accusing somebody of doing something so horrible. If I was your boyfriend, I would not take you back. Of course maybe I would feel different if I was actually in his position. But I would be really hurt over what happened. And punching a guy there is never ok.. in fact, punching at all is not ok. So, I would be a little upset about that too. Also, if you were still talked to this friend of yours, then I would definitely not take you back.
  8. I wouldn't use myspace for dating, but that's just me. I have a myspace page, but I do not accept requests from people I don't know. But, all of my real friends on there have hundreds of friends they don't know and have never talked to. I wonder what's the point?? People use myspace for popularity. You accept friend requests from people you don't know and will never say more than "hi" to. So, your friend has 3000 friends on there? And how many does he really ever talk to? How many of those "friends" are really his friends? What difference would it make if he had 3000 or 30? If you are looking to date, you will look better having few friends and getting to know those few friends.
  9. Exactly. That's what you need to tell your parents..
  10. I'm on the pill, but my boyfriend and I also use condoms because it's too risky in our opinion.
  11. Strangers for you, but this is your girlfriend's family.. people she knows very well. I could understand the concern. I mean, I would be worried about someone going on a camp out with a lot of people they didn't know. I would be afraid that they would feel left out or lonely or not have a good time and be stuck there. But then of course, you are an adult and can make these choices. It's not as though you are going with people you don't even know.. it's your girlfriend's family! They aren't setting you up for something bad to happen.. Chances are they want to meet you and will try to make an effort to include you and be fun. If your family is truly concerned, then there won't be any harm in listening to what they have to say. But at the same time, just let them know that you are excited to meet her family and this will be a great way to get to know them.
  12. The problem is that she is not very mature. To walk away and get upset if there's an issue.. that's an issue. Relationships go through problems all the time and they will never get resolved if you can't even talk about it. You need to work on your communication. Let her know how you are feeling. If she walks away or just gets all defensive, let her know that the relationship won't work if you both can't talk about it like a mature couple. Seriously though, your problems will only get worse. You need to talk to her about this and not let her treat it like it doesn't matter.
  13. You can't make him stop liking your girlfriend. You can ask him to respect your relationship though. And if he doesn't then he's not a true friend anymore. But other than that, what can you do? If your girlfriend loves you and wants to be with you, then she's not going to cheat on you or anything, so just trust that she can handle him.
  14. My boyfriend and I waited 1 1/2 years. I think it's wise to wait at least a few months. You never know who the "real" person you are dating might be, which I don't believe you really know in the first couple of months, but it's still better than only waiting a week. But having sex has too many consequences to just be doing it a person that you don't really know yet. At least in my opinion. I have a friend who's girlfriend got pregnant after 3 months of being together. Let's just say, she isn't the person he thought he knew and lied to him throughout the whole pregnancy, and now lies in court.. and now he only gets to see his baby once a week for 2 hours due to visitation rights because she refuses to let him see his child any other time.. and that kills him. And building good communication before sex is important too in my opinion because you want to be able to be open and honest about it.
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